Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Why I Wear My Mask

This is brilliant.



 (ht Charles Burris)


  1. Oh, my apologies! I was wearing my mask because I just got back rom a full day of being a good person.
    I love my mask because it’s a simple yet effective way to display my righteousness.
    Am I concerned that two children in China dropped dead because they were forced to wear masks in gym class? No.
    Am I concerned that we are creating a generation of children who will be socially awkward and conditioned to fear their fellow man? No!
    Am I concerned that I’m contributing to an impending socialist technocracy that will inflate the global population? Not even a little bit!
    Am I concerned that my mask is symbolic of my compliance to social conditioning that will eventually lead to the forced vaccination of every man, woman, and child on planet earth?
    Not a chance!
    And why am I not concerned; you ask?
    I’m not concerned because I decided a long time ago that shallow insignificant gestures are a much easier way to showcase my morality than actually being moral.
    Because in order to be a real good person I got to stand up to a real bad person.
    And I don’t like standing up to or for anything.
    I’ve decided that it’s much easier to trick my own mind into thinking compliance is a virtue instead of what compliance actually is – cowardice!
    I prefer to float through life completely ignorant to the fact that every socialist takeover has always begun in the exact same way – with government overreach, public shaming, censorship, and a toilet paper shortage!
    Don’t believe me? Google “toilet paper shortage in communist Russia”.
    Did you think you were having a unique experience?
    I prefer to pretend history never repeats itself so that I can stand by and turn a blind eye every time history repeats itself.
    I prefer to call anyone who speaks up, fights back, or stands their ground a lunatic or a conspiracy theorist so that I don’t feel obligated to do my own research.
    Research takes away from “Me-Time”!
    And lastly, I prefer to put on my mask and stand among a sea of masks so that I never have to be seen, be free, or reveal the deep dark shadows that lurk within me.

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  3. Another good one, "Safety Mask" to the tune of "Safety Dance":

    "You really don't need to cover your face with a diaper all the freaking time"

  4. I love the safety mask song. This was pretty great too.

  5. I watched a few of her other vids too. Very incisive commentary and observations.
    Here, she observes "If every one of your opinions is popular, you would've been a Nazi."

  6. I prefer the following augments:

    Those that are infected by C-19 and the like, produce anti-bodies and more importantly T-cells, building immunity, making the world safer for everyone. Nobody wants to be infected by C-19 but, healthy people that are will help it run its inevitable course.

    LD’s, (anti)social distancing, masking and all the new (ab)normal are anti human in many ways. C-19 scaremongering has caused the opposite of what is needed for all but a small minority of situations.

    Microorganisms cause disease but they also are a major part of keeping us healthy. We homo-sapiens evolved, were created, or a combination of the two, to live with and could not survive without microorganisms. There is even evidence that human consciousness and intelligence would not be possible without microorganisms.

    And as you all know:
    It is the responsibility of those that do not want to take risks to take precautions. Those afraid of C-19 or any other germ are free to participate in the new abnormal.